In the evening news of September 10, Tencent's investment and merger Department responded to the "investment bullet short message" and said it had nothing to do with it.
Bullet messages are quickly developed as technology, and quickly as internal hatching team of hammer technology. After the official launch in late August 20th, bullet messages quickly boarded the first and top list of App Store social networking.
Luo Yonghao mentioned on his micro-blog that Tencent's Investment Department "seems" to have been in contact with fast technology, and since then the interface reported that Alibaba and Tencent have been in contact with bullet text messages.
In last night's live broadcast of Jingdong-Hammer Science and Technology, Luo Yonghao revealed that bullet SMS rounds of financing from Gaorong capital and into a fund investment, the current round of B financing is basically completed.
He also mentioned that the next morning when the bullet text message went online, Tencent Investment Department called and asked our team to have a chat to see how the investment was going.
In the early days of the boom in bullet text messages, there were comments comparing it with Wechat, and even comments that bullet text messages may challenge Wechat. Luo Yonghao does not believe this, but he is confident of the future of bullet messages.
"Challenging Wechat is nonsense, but it's okay for bullet text messages to convert tens or even 100 million users in a specific area of demand, with a 10-20% share of communications tools that can make billions or even tens of billions of dollars worth of companies."
According to Luo Yonghao previously released data, as of September 6, bullet SMS activated more than 7 million users, compared with the earlier situation, the growth rate has slowed significantly. Next, bullet text messages will be launched to pull the new program, "burn 1 billion in six months, let 100 million people into the acquaintance chain." (Li Nan)
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